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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates

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Luescher, T., Makhubu, N. & Bosch, T. (2019) Tweeting #FeesMustFall: the case of #UCTShutdown. HSRC Review. 16(4):9-11.

Starting from Spring 2015, students across the country became engaged in the #FeesMustFall campaign, participating in protest action and shu...

Van Rheede, N. (2019) Social innovation: making a case for participatory approaches. HSRC Review. 16(4):12-13.

Increasing poverty and inequality, alongside technology, are indicative that technological innovation only benefits an elite few. We need to...

Gordon, S. (2019) Who might engage in anti-immigrant violence?: a quantitative analysis . HSRC Review. 16(4):14-15.

Over the last few decades, sporadic eruptions of xenophobic violence in South Africa have claimed lives, destroyed businesses and displaced ...

Viljoen, J. & Wentzel, M. (2019) Low-skilled immigration and the South African policy dilemma: passport. HSRC Review. 16(4):17-18.

The restriction on free movement of labour between countries and the disregard of deep-rooted migration systems and patterns have led to an ...

Hart, T.G.B., Booyens, I., Fakudze, B. & Sinyolo, S. (2019) Reflections on demonstrating development-oriented innovations in South Africa. South African Journal of Science. 115(1/2):1-4.

Innovation demonstrations are an important means of first-time testing and fine-tuning innovations outside of the laboratory. Through demons...

Khanyile, B. (2019) Since 1652: tortured souls and disposed bodies. Souls. January:Online.

The article has three movements. First, it draws out some of the contours of historical trauma suffered by Black and Brown people in South A...

Wildschut, A. & Kruss, G. (2019) Workplace-based learning programmes and transition to the labour market . In: Rogan, M. (ed).Post-school education and the labour market in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press. 197-221.

However, we know very little about whether the current workplace-based learning system in South Africa is functioning as expected. Should po...